Taken on a 52yo Zeiss Ikon Contina 1c compact 35mm camera which cost me £4. Everything is manual. Exposure by Sunny 16 method. Hyper focal range set on the lens for this one. Great fun to use.
I see a wee coal-hole!!
Yep, the little one is a coal hole. The bigger one on the right was much more down to EARTH. ;)
mmmm, granpapa would call it 'night soil' - guess it's all the same?
That's the one! Someone with an exciting job came round cleaning out yesterday's business then putting down new "topsoil".
Sounds like a crappy job that does Keith
I used to have a Cortina too mate.
I have a light meter if you want one, but you obviously don't need one.
Cheers - Jethro
That's the one Jethro. The Contina 1c with the Pantar lens. I did have a light meter in my pocket when I was walking round taking these shots but didn't refer to it at all. There wasn't a cloud in the sky so calculation was quite easy. These days, when I am out and about without a camera, I find myself looking at the light and thinking "250th at f8". Today the weather is f4. Cheers
Nice one J
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Photo taken in Blyth, Northumberland, UK
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